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1 DOL level 4 week 17 Analogy desert: oasis – sea : ______ : - :: : 1. might i usage the telephone asked christine 2. its a cold day for sue and also she to ride tright here bikes island

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2 Pledge

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3 Fluency 6 min. reading solution

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4 Objectives day 1 Students willRecognize comparative adjectives and also adverbs. Identify Latin roots.

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5 Word Structure day 1 huge bigger lucky luckier late later quick quickerodder lighter shinier slower indigenous nation acted react Line 1 Line 2 Line 3 Line 4

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6 Word Structure day 2 late later on quick quicker Line 2 The words in this line are in pairs; the first word in the pair is an adverb, and also the second word in the pair is the comparative form of that adverb. Comparative adverbs compare two actions. For example, One miner arrived later on than his friend. Use the other comparative verbs on the line in a sentence. Remember that adverbs define verbs

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7 Objectives day 1 Students will certainly Learn vocabulary wordsApply the comprehension strategies Asking Questions, Making Connections, and also Visualizing. Apply the comprehension skill Author’s Purpose Practice reading via fluency.

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8 Activate Prior KnowledgeBuilding Background Activate Prior Knowledge What do you know around the California Gold Rush? What is a gold rush? When did it happen? How long did it last? How did world gain there? How did California adjust as an outcome of the gold rush? If you were an adult, would you have actually been willing to leave your task and also family to search for gold?

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9 Building Background Excluding the Civil War, the The golden state Gold Rush transformed even more American lies than any type of other event in the 1800s. John Sutter was a Swiss immigrant who owned 39,000 acres of land, which he hoped to transcreate right into an agricultural empire. He elevated fruits, vegetables, and also livestock. Sutter built a big fort on his residential property, and also many kind of inhabitants operated at the fort. By January of 1848, some 300 world lived at Sutter’s Fort. However before, by the time the gold rush ended, his residential or commercial property had actually been ruined, and also he left it, penniless. Digging for gold was back-breaking work-related, and also just a small percentage of gold mines struck it wealthy.

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10 Vocabulary leschild 3 typical distract Elegant abundanceThe home was typical for the location she lived. He tried to distract his mom to stop punishment. To attract attention ameans from what someone is doing. Average; normal for its type Elegant abundance The princess had an elegant dress. He had a wealth of energy. Rich and also fine in top quality. A big amount.

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11 Vocabulary lesson 3 rumors deserted impressedVocabulary Warm-Up pg 283 Skills Practice book 1 page 155 rumors deserted She felt poor around the rumors around her household The dvery own seemed deserted. Past tense of desert; to leave or abandon Plural of rumor; story without proof impressed He was impressed via her beauty. Past tense of impress; have solid effect .

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12 K W L Gold is expensive and offered for jewelry. What is fool’s gold?

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13 Handing Off Discuss: Who was John A. Sutter and what happened to him?What did President Polk say to Congress about the gold strike and also what were the consequences? The 3 travel paths to San Francisco taken by Americans that were seeking gold and also the take a trip.

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14 Set Purposes How has actually America readjusted over time?What have you learned around a changing America in your analysis of “Striking It Rich: The Story of the The golden state Gold Rush.”

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15 Supporting the Reading day 2You can deepen your understanding of the text by asking questions around what your are analysis. If your concerns are not answered in the message, you deserve to attempt to uncover answers somewhere else to gain expertise. Many students uncover it helpful to ask concerns beginning through that, what, where, once, why, or exactly how. Practice asking questions around the selection “Striking It Rich…” Do not concern about finding the answers at this suggest. Some questions you could ask are: What taken place to John Sutter’s property? How much gold did the majority of Forty-Niners actually discover? What occurred to San Francisco once the majority of occupants left for the hills? Why did President Polk soptimal around the gold strike? When did the gold rush end?

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16 Inquiry Process Day 2 What is the difference between factual and also opinionated sources? How can you determine which sources are reputable?

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17 Timed Test: Summarizing WritingWriting Prompt 2 Write a composition that summarizes what you read freshly. Before you begin, make sure you recheck out the story you have actually liked to gain a general principle of what the story is around.

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18 Spelling Day 2 Sort the words according to just how the sufresolve –er is added to the base word.

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19 Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Superlative Adjectives day 2 Skills Practice 1 page 162My uncle let me pick the finest kitten from the litter. Best is an ircontinuous superlative adjective that compares three or even more things. Best is the superlative create of excellent.


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Some adjectives such as excellent, poor, and also many kind of have various superlative forms. Base develop Superlatives Good, well, best negative, worst Many type of, a lot the majority of Little (amount) least

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20 Spelling harder Cloudier thinner happier wetter cuter simpler deeperbolder nicer calmer nearer dimmer louder previously truer bigger scarier cheaper freer lonelier quieter

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21 harder Cloudier thinner happier wetter cuter less complicated deeper bolder nicer calmer nearer dimmer louder earlier truer bigger scarier cheaper freer lonelier quieter

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